Dental Bonding: Quick Facts

Dental Bonding: Quick Facts

Do you ever wonder if there is a way to address the minor problems that you notice with your smile when you look in the mirror? Whether it’s a single stain that bothers you, minor physical damage, or something that requires a quick fix, we may be able to offer you the wonderful benefits of dental bonding. Patients often have a tendency to feel overwhelmed by minor cosmetic needs, assuming they will require costly treatment for a more pleasing appearance. Fortunately, however, you may be quite surprised by what you can accomplish with bonding. Look over the following information for a clearer understanding: Quick Facts About Bonding Bonding relies on the use of composite – this is the same synthetic resin material used for tooth-colored fillings. Composite is...

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Root Canals to the Rescue

Root Canals to the Rescue

Do you wonder why you need root canal therapy? Do you feel immediately concerned and a bit worried about this treatment? In many cases, we find that patients simply do not know what to expect. Once we explain the basics and the benefits, patients tend to feel confident about therapy and wonder where the anxiety came from. While restorative treatments of the past may not measure up to today’s standards, we offer gentle, advanced care, so you can expect comfortable treatment that guides you toward improved oral health and a better daily quality of life. Learn more about treatment if you have received the diagnosis of an infected tooth, so you can feel positive about the future of your smile. About Your Root Canals When you hear the term “root canal” you may...

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Learn More About Dental Bridges: Q&A

Learn More About Dental Bridges: Q&A

Missing teeth is serious business, even if you are only missing a single tooth. When you have an opening in your mouth, your remaining teeth may shift toward the space, resulting in misalignment. You may also find that food becomes trapped in the open space, causing daily hygiene to become increasingly frustrating. Rather than continue feeling embarrassed by your smile, we encourage you to consider dental bridges that replace one tooth or up to three teeth in a row. Wondering if this solution is right for you? Look over the following questions and answers for a clearer understanding of this restorative treatment. Questions and Answers About Dental Bridges Question: How does a dental bridge work? Answer: A dental bridge is a series of connected artificial teeth. On...

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